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    • 15 Aug, 2023

    Anything is Pawsible launch event

    The Anything is Pawsible exhibition, commissioned by Burns Pet Nutrition to mark their 30th anniversary, and featuring ten dogs and cats from Mayhew looking for their second chance, officially launched with an evening at the Romeo and Juliet’s Café in Hampstead.

    Offering guests the opportunity to view the portraits in person and learn more about Mayhew’s support for dogs, cats, pet owners and communities, attendees included presenters Lizzie Cundy and Hayley Palmer, Bobby Norris and Jess Impiazzi.

    Thank you to everyone who offered their support bringing the exhibition to life – in particular Burns, photographer Rhian Ap Gruffydd and Romeo and Juliet’s Café – and shining a light on the importance of adopting rescue animals.A man and two women standing and smiling with a Dalmation dog

    Left to right: Bobby Norris with his dog, Jermaine Pennant with Sherine Wheeler, Mayhew CEO and Jess Impiazzi and the Burns 30th Anniversary  exhibition at Romeo & Juliet Cafe. Images copyright Andy Barnes Photography.Four people standing together in front of a banner

    Left to Right: Lizzie Cundy, Bobby Norris, Hayley Palmer and Sherine Wheeler, Mayhew CEO. Images copyright Andy Barnes Photography.

    Although the exhibition has now ended, you can support the Mayhew in many different ways: by donating funds or  volunteering and of course, adopting a cat or dog.

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